Resources for Providers
The government-mandate 45% cuts have forced providers to shutdown or stop providing services to auto crash survivors. Over 45 companies have shut down, while others are hanging on by using their owners’ retirement savings. Thousands of homecare jobs have been lost at a time when the Covid-19 pandemic had already made it difficult to find caregivers. After the Auto Reform became effective in July 2nd, 2021, many providers stopped being paid altogether or faced constant delay tactics from insurers, in a seemingly coordinated effort by the auto insurance industry to shutdown the post-acute care industry in Michigan.
The Michigan Interfaith Coalition is trying to help providers of injured persons by compiling a list of needed resources, connecting providers with community organizations, and identifying providers who can still take auto insurance. It is our duty as faith leaders to care for the most vulnerable in our society, by acting with compassion, kindness and love.
Professional associations that focus mainly on networking, education and the advancement of specific professions which provide care to injured persons.
Provider Advocacy & Lobbying Groups
Advocacy and lobbying groups representing different types of No-Fault Auto providers, such as homecare, medical, rehab and residential facilities.
Other Provider Resources
Other resources for providers, such as DIFS-related articles and regulations.
Can you suggest other resources for injured persons and their families? Are you a provider still willing to accept auto insurance?
Latest Resources for Providers
This list has not been verified and is not endorsed by the Michigan Interfaith Coalition.